QMJHL: Pelletier scores short-handed as Titan down Eagles

The Canadian Press
11/24/2013 7:41:19 PM
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CAPE BRETON, N.S. -- Robert Pelletier scored a short-handed goal and added an assist to lead the Acadie-Bathurst Titan to a 4-1 victory over the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action on Sunday.

Vytal Cote and Scott Oke also scored for the Titan (11-14-2), and Alexandros Soumakis added an empty-net goal at 19:06 of the third period. Patrick Walsh and Adam Chapman added two assists each.

Defenceman Loic Leduc had the lone goal for the Screaming Eagles (13-11-3).

Acadie-Bathurst's Jacob Brennan made 29 saves for the win while Cape Breton's Chase Marchand stopped 26 of 29 shots in defeat.



SHAWINIGAN, Que. -- Louis-Philip Guindon made 28 saves through 65 minutes and three more in the shootout as Drummondville came from behind to beat the Cataractes.

Jerome Verrier scored the shootout winner for the Voltigeurs (15-10-2) while Joey Ratelle forced extra time with a goal at 18:17 of the third period. Olivier Caouette also scored for Drummondville early in the second period.

Frederick Gaudreau and Anthony Beauvillier scored two miuates apart in the second for Shawinigan (3-21-2), which sits last in the QMJHL.

Storm Phaneuf turned aside 25 shots for the Cataractes.



VICTORIAVILLE, Que. -- Alexandre Chenier-Allard scored once in regulation and again in the shootout as Gatineau slipped past the Tigres.

Marc Beckstead also scored for the Olympiques (19-9-0), who trailed 2-0 early in the second period.

Carl-Antoine Delisle and Mark Tremaine supplied the offence for Victoriaville (11-13-3).

Gatineau's Robert Steeves made 20 saves for the win. Brandon Whitney stopped 45-of-47 shots for the Tigres, earning the game's first star despite the loss.

Acadie Bathurst Titan (Photo: TSN)


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